Tuesday, 31 January 2012


Welcome To Songket .True Malay Flavours

Why they named it Songket  ?

Songket : a hand-woven fabric in silk or cotton, and intricately patterned with gold or silver threads that stand out against the background cloth to create a shimmering effect.

Main Entrance Door
Entrance Front View
More Interior
Lobby cum Reception

Another Interior View
Savour the delicious dishes, beautiful surroundings, excellent service, and the warm atmosphere of Songket. It is the perfect place for a leisurely meal, a drink with friends, a party or a business meeting. For extra comfort and to please a large group of people Songket can cater to company or personal functions by fully utilising the indoor area and the comfortable outdoor garden patio.

Now let me share with you Songket Restaurant good food and Signature Dishes :

Aneka Pembuka Selera @ RM30
A sample platter selection of Songket starters ~cucur udang, popiah goreng, kepak ayam and tauhu sumbat

Ikan Bakar Kuah Percik @ RM36
Pucuk Paku Goreng @ RM15
Rusuk Panggang @ RM60
Chargrilled  marinated shot ribs served with pegedil, spicy sweet soy sauce and sambal belacan.

Ayam Lemak Asam Gelugor @ RM23
Nasi Kerabu @ RM8
Pandan Nasi Lemak @ RM6
Drinks ~ White Hibiscus @ RM15
Given the rich tradition and luxury associated with songket, you are invited to Songket Restaurant & Bar, an authentic Malay cuisine restaurant with a modern twist. They focus on outstanding Malay food with only the freshest ingredients in an elegant restaurant with a sophisticated ambience and delight guests with a menu inspired from traditional Malay specialties.

Besides that Songket also entertain their guests with live traditional Malay entertainment, and luxurious songket from some of Malaysia's most notable states said Mr. Tony Wong, owner of Songket Restaurant.
While enjoying the food you can also enjoy to see the cultural performance dance especially brought to you by Songket in order to  promote more about Malaysian culture to foreign tourist and local as well.

Visitors enjoying the show
Traditional Malay Dance
Iban Traditional Dance
Iban Traditional Dance ~Ngajat
Chinese Traditional Dance
Indian Classic Dance
Those visitors interested to dance can join together 
 As usual it's a must to try the desert at Songket.

Durian Tiramisu @ RM15
Pandan Pudding @ RM15
Tapai Pulut + Ice Cream @ RM10

 *** Highly recommendation ***

My big thank to Mr. Tony and the staff  for the good food and their services. Looking forward to visit again in the near future and all the best to Songket Restaurant.

Songket Restaurant is strategically located at 
No. 29, Jalan Yap Kwan Seng
50450 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel : 03-2161 3331
Fax : 03-2161 3062
HP : 012-366 0111
Email : tony@songketrestaurant.com


Nava K said...

Lovely ambience and concept to coincide with the name of the restaurant. I am such a truly Malaysian though I am not a Malay, all my friends are shocked that I simply love Malay food esp sambal belacan. Suppose my growing up years with my Malay neighbours has trigged my liking for the food. Pucuk paku, masak lemak, ikan bakar and all that I see here are simply my kind of food.

Unknown said...

Nava I agreed with you..infact myself crazy to Malay food especially kampung style. At Songket restaurant you can really enjoy and taste Malay food plus with the cosy place. You should try it. No regret I tell you. I personally recommend this place it's worth to go for good food.

Meitzeu said...

Voted you tooooo!!!


Unknown said...

Meitzeu~tqsm and all the best dear :-)

hasnulyakin said...

I wanna try that nasik lemak pandan ! Yummy ! :D

Unknown said...

Langkawi Ink.Com ~ you should try it.